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>> a new plan is unveiled for a once-bustling market in annapolis. i have details in a live report. >> this is the second light of president obama's asian tour. he is hoping the third time is the charm when visiting indonesia today. >> president bush breaks his silence on tv and in print. do you plan on reading what has to say about his presidency? >> when is the warm-up tony has been warm and -- been promising
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us coming? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning. >> i sensed impatience. >> i did not make the rules. i just drive the bus. it is coming. it has been pleasant. >> it is in the 40's right now. it is going to be a day similar to yesterday. we will be in the upper 50's and low 60's this afternoon. there is a bit of a breeze this morning. we are gusting up close to 20 this morning. the forecast for today come up 50's and low 60's this morning with mostly sunny skies. the breeze will stay with us almost exactly like yesterday. you will like the seven-day forecast. >> good morning.
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a nice start out there in terms of problems. we have construction that we had yesterday morning in place. double lane closures of what guilford avenue between saratoga and lexington. those closures will remain in effect until the next month. in terms of traffic on the north side, no delays at all. west side is 50 miles per hour. everything moving well on the j.f.x.. drive times at 12 minutes on the outer loop northeast side. 10 minutes to travel southbound on 95 down to 32. this is 97 to the glen bernie. at 100. north and southbound traffic looks good on 97. this is the west side and so far so good there at 70. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> after years of talk, the market house in annapolis will soon be brought back to life.
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>> a new developer has a plan that includes a mix of new merchants and new management. kim dacey is live with more on that. >> good morning. eight new blueprint was unveiled last night for the 500- square-foot facility. the market had closed at 6:00 p.m. when it's only two merchant closed up shop. some blame competition from supermarket chains as to why the market has foundered. the developer and his company have a plan to turn things around. he has overseen similar projects including grand central terminal in new york. his vision begins with air- conditioning overhaul and accordion doors. the plan also calls for a seafood and raw board with a liquor license. and that is not all.
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>> take some of these spaces that are just parking and let people sell produce and whatever they bring in from the farms out here. expand. and really make it a more important place just within these walls. >> the market will shut down some time after the holidays for those renovations. they plan to reopen in the spring with a dozen merchants. >> police are investigating the shooting in southeast baltimore. this was on o'donnell st. just before 1:30 this morning per it is a victim was found suffering from a gunshot wound. >> fire officials are determined what caused a devastating house fire in fallston. this was around 3:30 yesterday afternoon. the flames are eating away at the roof on this home.
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nobody was injured. the fire did some $600,000 in damage. in baltimore county, a woman is recovering after jumping from the second floor of her home. the fire broke out in woodlawn. the fire started in the kitchen. thanks to some bushes that broke her fall, she suffered only minor injuries. >> a man sentenced to 12 years after terrorizing a mother and her children. juan carlos conseco-figueroa broke into an apartment on rosewood street, attacked the mother with a pair of nice. police broke down the door as he attempted to sexually assault the woman's knees. he will be deported to mexico because of the president visits indonesia today. it is the nation where he lived
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for four years as a child. kate amara has more on the story. >> this trip has been postponed before. to shorten his visit to indonesia because of concerns about volcanic ash. first, india. today, indonesia. it's the second leg of president barack obama's four- nation, 10-day asian tour, a trip designed to boost economic and security ties in the region. >> now our two nations have a chance to do what many also thought was impossible, and that is to build a global partnership in a new century. >> it's a quick trip, just 24 hours on the ground in jakarta. but the agenda is designed to show president obama is committed to bridging the divide between the muslim world and the west. obama and his indonesian counterpart are expected to sign a comprehensive partnership. agreed to a year ago, the pact issues.
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obama will also deliver what's being called a major speech focused on the themes of democracy, development, and diplomacy. ahead of the trip, protesters rallied across indonesia, opposed to the american president's visit to the world's largest muslim majority nation. the white house says the president will likely have to leave indonesia several hours earlier than planned. no word yet on how that will impact his itinerary for this visit. kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> chances are he the president visiting his old neighborhood? >> it is not on his agenda. with the truncated trip, probably not. locals are still hopeful he will drop by his old neighborhood,
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maybe his old school. he moved there when he was 7. a very different picture than what we saw on the inauguration on the national people's kate amara, thank you. >> after dropping from sight, former president bush is given a firsthand look at some of the most controversial moments of his presidency. his new books "decision points" .' ." >> the name purpose is to have a point for each future historians. this may seem strange pair at don't care about perceptions at this point in time. i serve, i gave it my all. i am a contents man. the book has been part of the transition process to private
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life. it is the way for me to put the reader in the environment that i had to make decisions. >> mr. bush will speak more of the issues later today on " oprah" later on the "today" show. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you plan on reading former president bush's memoir? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that is watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 45 degrees on tv hill. coming up, the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> mother nature comes calling early in new england. wintry weather across several states. > tom brady joins ray lewis' team in baltimore. we'll explain. >> bring a canned goods to the maryland food bank and you will switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year.
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>> top of the morning to you. it's 48 degrees in downtown baltimore. we're at the metro this morning. it feels colder because when the wind picks up, it bites through everything. there is a new ginger latte from dunkin' donuts. they are complementary if you bring something for the food drive. we have the ginger a lot said and what else? crust we have sausage pancake hash browns, and hot
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coffee. >> it is a perfect morning for it. >> not and support the maryland food bank. >> this is something you do periodically. >> a couple of times a year we to a food drive with the food bank and the mta. >> it is a dire time in a precarious time for a lot of people, and also the recession. >> they have the needed food all year round. we're trying to do everything we can to help. >> get your ginger a lot day, your hash browns, your sausage pancake bites. make sure it is a food item or it monetary the nation. you can visit our website, wbaltv.com and click on the u local section. let's check out hd doppler.
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a big storm is still spinning off shore. it will keep us in the wind today. no precipitation. we are high and dry. it will be a nice weather week. we will warm up by the end of the week. i will have the ginger lots say until then because it is a great program. the need has gone up but the the nation's have gone down. it is a great thing they are doing with dunkin' donuts. the storm just off shore is still with us. the weather map looked exactly the same as it did yesterday at this time. low pressure off the coast and high-pressure to our west. we have a tight pressure gradient and we'll kick up some wind today, between 25 and 30 miles per hour, like they did yesterday. i thought maybe some of it would sneak into northern maryland
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yesterday. that will not be the case today. some of the cloud cover may drift southbound into maryland. we will clot mostly sunny. it could see a few passing clouds. -- we will call it mostly sunny. 45 at the airport. 40 and jarrettsville open harford county. mostly sunny sky in breezy and cool today with high temperatures in the upper 50's and low 60's. it should be a beautiful sunrise this morning. mostly clear tonight and temperatures will drop back into the upper 30's and low 40's. we have some good news at the end of the week. 63 tomorrow. mid 60's's on thursday. 70 on friday and saturday. a great start to the weekend. there could be some rain on sunday, only pay 30% chance -- only a 30% chance.
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>> we do have an accident coming in in hampstead along route 30 just south of the hampstead by passport you could start to see some lane closures as police respond to a crash there. we have construction in the city. guilford between saratoga and lexington. double lane closures are in effect. 50 miles per hour on southbound 95 coming towards the beltway. a smooth ride on the north and west side. no problems on 795 or seven. no delays at all this morning. this is 70 near 29. east and westbound 7 it looks good but building in the eastbound direction toward the beltway. 50 at thetch over to severna river bridge and looking good in this area. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11.
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>> winter weather came early to new england. look at this seemed in massachusetts. a traffic nightmare. wind gusts of 63 miles per hour. tens of thousands of homes were left without power. a treat felt on a home, narrowly missing a sleeping baby. elizabeth smart is scheduled to take the stand for a second day of testimony. yesterday she chronicled her nightmarish existence from the time david mitchell allegedly kidnapped her, repeatedly raped her, and married her. defense attorneys are trying to portray mitchell as a deranged man who did not understand his own actions. >> your trip to grandmother's house could cost more this holiday season.
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some fares are up 59% higher than last year for pre- thanksgiving travel. analysts say passengers who stopped flying during recession have returned, driving up demand. ticket prices have been pushed higher. under armour is scoring another big-name athletes. tom brady joins the ravens' ray lewis and linzie von to promote under armour. brady aside after his deal with nike expired last summer. can you hear me now? the rise and it makes improvements in the baltimore air. jane king has more in the bloomberg business report. >> lines moved slower at target because cashier's will enter
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coupon code by hand rather than using scanners. target has known about the glitch since august. complexities have made the problem difficult to fix. a permanent solution is on the way. a mixed closed for stocks yesterday. more concern over european debt. this time it was ireland that was the cause. the sec is requiring monday funds to disclose small previously undisclosed losses or gains. the zero will spend $70 million to eliminate losses from secured -- t. rowe price will spend $7 million to eliminate losses from securities. the new -- part of a new money is spent on regional network improvements in the last year
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alone. that is business at the new york stock exchange. i'm jane king for wbal-tv 11 news. >> scoliosis is a condition that affects children and many adults. it is an abnormal curvature of the spine that can be painful. the best treatment shows some surprising results. patients with scoliosis did -- charles edwards says the results gave high marks for surgery. >> those patients who underwent surgery and had improved function and reduced pain, whereas those who continued to undergo physical therapy and medicines really had very low improvement over time got worse all over three to five years.
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>> there is a five-year study in cooperation with the nih. if you're interested in participating, go to our website. >> another check on weather and traffic straight ahead. >> a high school quarterback is in the history books. pete gilbert will explain. here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you have them.
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>> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning to you. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we are checking on in new accident on southbound 95 just pass mountain road in harford county. it is off to the side. watch for that. another spot, hampstead, route 30, just south of the hampstead bypass. in the city come we have construction and we will for the next month. guilford between saratoga and lexington. a bit of a slow down on the west side, 44 miles per hour. problem-free at 70 at 29 right now. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning.
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we are off to a quiet start on this it tuesday. it will be a breezy day with the few clouds drifting by from time to time. mostly sunny today, a breezy with a high temperature mere 60 this afternoon. seven-day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes. but first it is time for sports. here is pete. >> good morning. we say hello to the basketball season. maryland opened up against seattle last night. gary williams uncorked as always. a lot of new faces. terrell stoglin, two of his 15 points. he does not mind sharing. behind the back to jordan williams. 17 points for the slimmed-down version.
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another freshman, howard, takes advantage of the sloppy play from seattle. a very athletic group of newcomers. they still have sean mosley, driving the lovely floater off the glass. the terrapins win. the sure week for the ravens includes a day off on tuesday. they made monday all the more important getting ready for the falcons on thursday. game right heree on wbal 11. last night, roethlisberger, 39 yards to mike wallace. the steelers are rolling. cincinnati comes back. carson palmer, second and some connection with terrell owens.
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27-21. under one minute to play. that passed was redirected thanks to james harrison. the steelers hang on. 6-2. we go to texas, a middle school championship game. the quarterback pretending a penalty was miss mark. rouse worked. this is for the game-tying touchdown. that was the only touchdown of the game for them. a brilliantly designed play because it wasn't that cheating? >> it was not cheating. it was a creative. >> the message is sometimes life does not feel fair. deal with it. >> thank you, pete.
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>> 49 degrees on tv hill. >> much more to come -- >> the market house in downtown annapolis will soon be restored to its former glory. i have details on the plan, next depressed in elementary school teaching its students to get into the swing of things. more on this special program provide a donation to the maryland food bank and the maryland food bank and the owings mills metro station and ♪
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>> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back. i am stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. tony pann has a quick look at today's forecast. >> good morning, everyone. very little change from yesterday. today will be similar to monday. upper 50's and low 60's this afternoon. it will be breezy. 10 to 20 miles per hour out of the northwest. we will to the seven-day forecast in five minutes. for now, to the news desk. >> a developer has his sights
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set on annapolis. >> there are plans to restore the market house to its former glory. kim dacey joins us live from federal hill with more on the story. good morning. >> right now the market house goes dark at 6:00 p.m. when its only two merchants close up shop. the plan is to keep those lights on later by bringing the market back to life with a new plan announced last night. al kauffman remembers better days at the market house in annapolis. he operated a fruit stand here until he retired in 1993. now his former stall sits empty, like most of the market house. >> right here i had my fresh-squeezed orange juice machine. >> there are many theories on why the market has foundered. some blame competition from supermarket chains. others say parking in downtown annapolis is prohibitive. but now the developer has a plan to turn things around. his company, gone to market llc, has overseen similar projects, including renovations at belvedere square and grand
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central terminal in new york. last night he unveiled his vision for the market house. it begins with basics like an air conditioning overhaul and accordion doors to give the market an open-air feel. the plans also call for a seafood and raw bar with a liquor license, indoor and outdoor seating, and -- >> take some of these spaces that are just parking and let people sell produce and whatever they bring in from the farms out here. open up the plaza and let it expand, and really make it a more important place than just within these walls. >> currrent and former tenants differ on whether the plan will work, but all share the hope that it does. >> i've been here for four years, watched everybody walk out the door and pack all their stuff up. it's to the point where having neighbors would be odd. >> it is possible if it's done right, because, i don't know, we had competition, you know, and you had to fight that. >> the market will shut down
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sometime after the holidays for the renovations. the plan is to reopen it in the spring with a dozen merchants. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. farmers devastated by the drought will get help by the government. a systems has been approved for maryland farmers because of the dry weather. that applies to 22 maryland counties. the only jurisdiction that will not be receiving any aid for baltimore city and harford county. >> ballroom dancing has never been more popular. even the kids are getting into the swing of things. fifth graders get introduced to the tango and more. jennifer franciotti has that story. >> it is a very grown-up thing to do for these fifth graders in
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dundalk. they are learning how to ballroom dance. they are being taught the meringe. >> one, two, three, four. >> this is a pilot program. she dances professionally. it is a week-long activity and each day they learned a new dance. >> they learnt four different dances. they learned the tango, the swing, and the cha cha. >> they are getting ready for middle school. they have the maturity that other students do not have. it is a great way to prepare them for middle school. >> by friday, they are ready for dancing with the stars. they are creating their own dance steps trick is great to see the progression from monday
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thru friday. >> the program is funded with a grant and has expanded to 12. getting so close with their classmates can be little awkward request your dancing with girls that you never got close to. >> dancing with the boys because everybody is giggling. >> the kids will dress up on friday for their families. the transformation is amazing. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> they work adorable. let's check your morning commute. we do have a couple of problem spots to get to -- they were adorable. we have a bit of a slow down. slow spots on route 30 just south of the hampstead bypassed because of accident cleanup.
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guilford avenue between saratoga and lexington, double lane closures are in effect for the next month. 38 miles per hour on southbound 95. more of a slow spot on the west side outer loop. volume picking up around the area resulted in some delays. this is a live view of traffic, 70 at 29 it looks good. things start to slow up as a closer to the beltway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now we go to sandra shaw. she is collecting food for the maryland food bank. did you say something about dunkin' donuts? " they have a ginger latte. are giving that out and giving out sausage pancake bites and hash browns. you need to bring a donation for
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the food bank. we are at the owings mills metro station. this has been a great turnout. >> a lot of commuters coming in and dropping off canned goods and monetary donations and receiving dunkin' donuts coffee and breakfast items. >> this is -- what are some of the main items you need? >> peanut butter, canned tuna, breakfast cereal, old mill, canned fruit and vegetables. macaroni and cheese. >> if you're thinking you don't have time, you do. it is going on until 9:30 at the owings mills metro station, and you get the practice from duncan does. you can also visit our website, wbaltv.com to find the information you will need to donate to the maryland food bank. the seven-day forecast is
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beautiful. we have a nice warm up by the end of the week. 70's by friday and saturday. a gradual warm up. hold on to your hat today. a bit breezy today. >> thank you. more than 15,000 of you like us on facebook. but what about the most popular facebook pages of all? today's special -- the top 10 facebook faces -- paages. go to wbaltv.com to find the answers. coming up -- remember the musical "hair"? that is coming up. >> we are still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day. do you plan on reading former president bush's memoir? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com.
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>> vladimir putin continues to lobby for the unofficial title of most manly head of state. we have seen him writing bareboat and shooting a tiger with a tranquilizer dart. is time he is strapped himself into a formula racer. he went 149 miles per hour per he said it was not bad for his first time park i think he is owning that title. impressive. if you love big here, paris was
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the place to be over the weekend. it was the world's largest international hairdressing trade show. they brought together 500,000 salon owners and they got to see the latest and the wildest in aircraft. [laughter] as well as competing for here design awards. here products more natural and less damaging to hear works spotlighted. >> some of those looks, not so good. 45 degrees on tv hill. >> imagine what they could do to tony's hair. we're checking on the morning commute. we will fill you in on some problem spots perplexed i think i was just put it leaves and twigs in my hair. weather-wise, you will like the seven-day forecast. here's a look outside.
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do the roar. roar! marty, what's shrek doing on a cruise ship? looks like he's having fun! [ female announcer ] join the dreamworks experience for the ultimate vacation, only on royal caribbean. >> welcome back. in the headlines, police investigate a shooting in southeast baltimore. officers arrived on o'donnell st. before 1:30 this morning and found a victim suffering from gunshot wound. no word on his condition. fire officials working to find out what caused a fire. this happened yesterday afternoon. the flames were eating away at the roof of the home. nobody was hurt. the fire did $600,000 worth of damage. former president bush is giving
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a firsthand look at some of the moments of this presidency. mr. bush said these points shaped his life and his presidency. he will speak more on "oprah" and don the "today" show coming up. >> that brings us to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked -- do you plan on reading former president bush's memoir? >> we will post more of your answers on the front page of wbaltv.com. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together.
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>> good morning. we have a new accident this morning. one on the harrisburg expressway. traveling southbound, you may start to see some delays there. southbound 95 pass mountain road, this one is clear. the risk an accident wrapping up in hampstead. in the city, guilford avenue between saratoga and blacks to come out double lane closures are in effect for the next month. you cannot see the -- you can see the delay on southbound 95. starting to see some delays on the harrisburg expressway. this is the west side of the ramps from southbound 795. that delay continues all the way down to edmundson. this is white marsh and watch for those delays with the accident off to the side. that is the latest on traffic
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pulse 11. now we check in live again with sandra shaw. they need food at the maryland food bank. >> just find a nonperishable items. these are sliced peaches. we have pink salmon that somebody donated. to get a free breakfast from dunkin' donuts, donate to the maryland food bank. >> we have sausage pancake bites a hint of maple. we have which has browns and gingerbread latte and coffee -- we have hash browns. >> a great response but why is it you guys to get involved with this charity? what we like to be a good neighbor. the maryland food bank provides food to people when they need it. we really have done because of the maryland food bank to try to
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help them keep their shelves stocked with food. >> it is a win-win for everybody. you get a free breakfast when you dropped something off for the maryland food bank. you have plenty of time. you can donate any time of the year. you can visit our website, wbaltv.com. we have all the information you need to contribute to the maryland food bank. at hd doppler.ok we still have the storm to contend with which is to our north over the new england area. it will generate some went so it will feel chillier than the actual temperature, 58 to 62. not a bad forecast but the wind makes it feel cooler outside. >> it is in the 40's outside but i'm sure it feels cooler than that.
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that is a great program. the donations have gone down but the need has gone up. this is a great way to contribute because of the chair is -- it sure is. >> thank you. we still have the big storm off the coast and high pressure off to the west. this is the same weather set up we had yesterday. it will be breezy in between the systems. the wind will gust up to 35 miles per hour. most of the precipitation will stay close to the coast. you could see the rain and snow made it into pennsylvania yesterday. some of the high, thin clouds on the outer fringe of that storm system may drift down to maryland later this afternoon. it will be mostly sunny, though. 45 at the airport. 40 degrees in jarrettsville up
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at harford county. mostly sunny is the forecast. high temperature will range between 57 and 62 degrees. we just had a beautiful sunrise if you minutes ago. mostly clear and chilly tonight with temperatures dropping back into the upper 30's and low 40's. a nice warmup is on tap for later this week. we take it up to 63 tomorrow. how about 70 on friday and saturday? good stuff going into the middle of the weekend. maybe a 30% chance for some rain on sunday. >> thank you perry plan to revitalize the market house in annapolis was unveiled last by. kim dacey has more on the story. >> right now the market house go start at 6:00 p.m. when the only two tenants closed up shop.
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there are many theories as to why the marketplace has foundered. the developer has a plan to turn things around. he has overseen similar projects, including grand central terminal in new york. his vision begins with an air conditioning overhaul and accordion doors. the plan also calls for a indoor and raw boar outdoor seating. the plan is to reopen the market this spring with a dozen merchants. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> thank you. it is a one-on-one interview with former president george w. bush. he discusses his new book and his turbulent time in office. he sits down with his parents as well. that is coming up today at 4:00 p.m.
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here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. president obama arrives in indonesia overnight. new eruptions from the countries most volatile volcano are threatening to shorten the visit. a fire knocked out power to a carnival cruise liner, leaving its stranded at sea with thousands of passengers on board. more of our interview with the former president, george w. bush. and michael jackson's children break their silence or than a year after their father's death. >> 46 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check the weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. a beautiful sunrise. stay with us. stay with us.
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>> a very good tuesday morning to you. we're live at the owings mills .etro station peopl people are dunite -- people are donating to the maryland food bank. in exchange, they get free hash brains and ginger logitech-- lattes from the dunkin' donuts. >> if feels good to give and to help others. >> you should try that great coffee. weather-wise, not too bad at there. is in the 40's.
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let's look at the seven-day forecast spirit we will make it up close to 60 today. it will be breezy. 20025inds maky gust miles per hour. how about 70 going into the weekend on friday and saturday? tune to am 1090 to hear traffic and weather together on the fives. have to wait that long. she is over their request i have something for your perfect couple of accents to watch for. on the harrisburg expressway, delays forming. the accident is off to the side but attracting attention pickproof 30 south of the hampstead bypass. guilford avenue remains a problem for the next month. road work will block two lanes in each direction between lexington and saratoga. we have the normal volume- related delays. getting pretty congested on the northwest corner.
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